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Joystick Toggle Switch 31MX

Joystick Toggle Switch

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Features
  • Pin or turret type terminals
  • Dust cover
  • Miniature packaging
  • Snap acting
  • Provision for panel mounting
  • Phenolic or diallyl phthalate case
  • Miniature Joystick Toggle Switch

    Miniature Joystick Toggle Switch



    Features
  • Smallest standard package
  • Control for both "X" and "Y" axes
  • Snap acting switches
  • Integral terminals
  • 1 form C contacts
  • Long operating life
  • Spring return to "OFF" position
  • Hardware for panel mounting
  • Dust cover

    Applications
  • Medical equipment
  • Telescopes
  • Microscopes
  • Film viewing equipment
  • Machine tool tables
  • All X-Y positioning equipment
  • Joystick Toggle Switch – Single-Axis, Single-Pole, with "Pull to Unlock" Safety Feature

    Joystick Toggle Switch – Single-Axis, Single-Pole, with "Pull to Unlock" Safety Feature

    (6)

    All switches in this series are three-position, single-axis, single-pole switches with a locked center position. Motion to actuate them requires a short, deliberate axial "PULL" of the handle before motion can occur to either side of the zero or "OFF" position. The outside positions can be either "locked", "maintained" or "momentary" depending upon the detent style chosen.

    Detent styles

    LOCKED "L" means that the operator must employ a pulling action before any actuating motion can occur.

    MAINTAINED "D" means that the handle remains in the operated position when the actuation force is removed. However, a return force is required to move the handle to the "OFF" position.

    MOMENTARY ...
    Joystick Toggle Switch – Single-Axis, Double-Pole, with "Pull to Unlock" Safety Feature

    Joystick Toggle Switch – Single-Axis, Double-Pole, with "Pull to Unlock" Safety Feature

    (6)

    All switches in this series are three- position, single-axis, double-pole switches with a locked center position. Motion to actuate them requires a short, deliberate axial "PULL" of the handle before motion can occur to either side of the zero or "OFF" position. The outside positions can be either "locked", "maintained" or "momentary" depending upon the detent style chosen.

    LOCKED "L" means that the opera tor must employ a pulling action before any actuating motion can occur.

    MAINTAINED "D" means that the handle remains in the operated position when the actuation force is re moved. However, a return force is required to move the handle to the "OFF" position.

    MOMENTARY "M" means that when the ...
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